Day: January 17, 2021

Atos recognized twice by Springboard Consulting for its excellence in disability inclusion

Paris, France, January, 13 2021

Atos has been identified by Springboard Consulting, an professional in mainstreaming incapacity in the global workforce, place of work, and marketplace, with two awards, 1 in the ‘Workplace’ group recognizing the quality of Atos’ interior accessibility policy and the 2nd in the ‘Marketplace’ group, for the comprehensiveness of its offering to enable companies incorporate accessibility. Amongst the eight honorees of the eighth Once-a-year Incapacity Issues Europe Conference that took place in early December, Atos was the only company to be identified in two groups.

The Incapacity Issues Awards every year honors companies for their impressive packages resulting in the productive outreach, recruitment, engagement and retention of candidates, workers and shoppers with disabilities. The Honorees depict the ‘best of the best’ when it arrives to the motivation necessary and steps vital for incapacity inclusion.

Aligned to Atos’ reason (raison d’être), inclusion is 1 of

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P&G Scraps Deal to Buy Billie Razor Startup

Procter & Gamble has called off its planned takeover of women’s razor startup Billie, citing regulatory action to block the deal as anti-competitive.

The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint last month alleging the deal was “likely to result in significant harm by eliminating competition between the market leader and an important and growing head-to-head competitor.”

P&G owns the Gillette razor brand while Billie has found a market niche by selling discounted women’s razors and attacking the industry for its “pink tax” practice of charging more for women’s products.

“We were disappointed by the FTC’s decision and maintain there was exciting potential in combining Billie with P&G to better serve more consumers around the world,” the companies said in a joint statement on Tuesday.

However, they added, “after due consideration, we have mutually agreed that it is in both companies’ best interests not to engage in a prolonged legal challenge,

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